Islamic Movement of Israel leader gets 11-month sentence for incitement
An Israeli court sentenced a prominent Islamist leader to 11 months in prison for incitement to violence and racism.\n
Holocaust survivors to restore Polish Torah scroll
Holocaust commemoration activists invited survivors in Britain to help restore a Holocaust Torah scroll.\n
New restrictions on L.A. residential development
Los Angeles City Council has approved temporary restrictions on the alteration or development of homes in areas where residents have expressed frustration with home builders demolishing existing houses and replacing them with much larger structures that neighbors believe are at odds with the character of the neighborhood.
Prosecution concludes arguments in murder trial of Syracuse Jewish leader
The prosecution concluded its arguments in the trial of a leader in the Syracuse Jewish community accused of murdering his wife.\n
Hezbollah sees Yemen strikes causing more Mideast tension
Hezbollah condemned as \”unjust aggression\” Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen on Thursday and said it takes the region towards increased tension.
Co-pilot appears to have crashed Germanwings plane on purpose, prosecutor says
A young German co-pilot locked himself alone in the cockpit of a Germanwings airliner and flew it into a mountain with what appears to have been the intent to destroy it, a French prosecutor said on Thursday.
U.S., Iran resume talks on preliminary nuclear deal as deadline looms
The United States and Iran resumed negotiations on Thursday aimed at clinching a nuclear deal before a March 31 deadline, and officials close to the talks said some kind of preliminary agreement between Tehran and six powers was possible.\n